The Murder of Benjamin Crum – Devil’s Creek p.d. case file bc–02145621y
38/F 5’3″, 115 lbs
– Lizzie gave the following leads:
1. Lizzie considers herself Ben’s best friend, and is also friends with Tate Cullen.
2. Lizzie served Tate and Ben when they ate dinner at Rosie’s Diner on Saturday early evening.
3. Lizzie worked the morning shift at Rosie’s on Saturday. She went home to the farm for a few hours, and then went back for a second shift by 3 PM.
4. Lizzie doesn’t know Boxer Gray, and dislikes Archer Gray.
5. Lizzie discloses that everyone in town knows that Jay Stafford killed the mayor and Jay is associated with Boxer Gray.
6. Lizzie reveals that the underboss of the Underground is running for mayor (Jinxy).
7. Lizzie admits to having a life insurance policy on Ben. She also admits to turning in the paperwork on Friday before the murder on Saturday.
2007 – present
Lizzie graduated from high school and completed one semester of community college in General Studies. Lizzie currently lives on her parents’ farm, which borders the city of Devil’s Creek and extends for miles out in the countryside. The Robinson Farm holds a Rattlesnake Roundup each year where the townsfolk are invited to come to the farm and hunt rattlesnakes for prizes. The farm is also the subject of urban legend that many travelers have disappeared after being lost in that part of town. The farm has been investigated numerous times over the years, but we all know that a dozen hungry hogs and an incinerator on the property could clean up evidence of foul play.
Lizzie was a dear friend of Benjamin Crum at the time of his death. Lizzie is also friends with Tate Cullen, and is not friends with Belle Stafford or Archer Gray.
Lizzie served Ben his last meal when she waited on him and his best friend Tate at Rosie’s Diner.
Lizzie has attempted to form a romantic relationship with Benjamin Crum on multiple occasions over the last three years, to no avail (per Ben’s sister’s interview and former private messages via social media that Detective Kincaid uncovered). Benjamin rejected her each time, even publicly at Rosie’s Diner, and told her he only wished to remain friends. There is no indication that she was upset or angry about this rejection, however.